Microsoft finally releases an Office version for iOS, making the iPhone even more viable as a productivity device.
Some users may be salivating over the possibility that Apple will make iOS more open, but there are potential negative consequences as well.
Speculation is rampant about an Apple smartwatch. Here are three possible concepts.
A new service from VIPOrbit helps keep your contacts synced between your iPhone and iPad.
The tepid launch of Windows 8 and the reluctance of many to embrace the new OS could lead SMBs to switch to Mac OS X.
The iPad Mini is rumored to be imminent, and if it's anything like it's larger sibling it could be a game changer for the tablet market.
PCWorld's Tony Bradley continues to experiment with the iPad as his only computing device, turning his attention to the best way to manage contacts on his tablet.
PCWorld's Tony Bradley says the partnership of Nokia and Microsoft will impact the smartphone market, and may end Nokia's legal battle with Apple.
The iPad is "magic" and all that, but it is not without its flaws and weaknesses--many of which I expect Apple will address with the next incarnation of the...
Tony Bradley offers Facebook some unsolicited advice to the social networking service as it deals with a public backlash about its privacy policies.
HP seems to have conceded the tablet war before it even began by terminating the Slate project.
While Microsoft's licensing deal with smartphone maker HTC may send the over message that the company is going after Android, PCWorld's Tony Bradley thinks Microsoft may be coming to HTC's defense and firing a warning shot across Apple's bow.
Tony Bradley thinks the debate over net neutrality is boiling down to an argument over economics as different sides paint vastly different visions of the economic outlook for the broadband and Internet industries should the FCC impose net neutrality guidelines.
The coming arrival of 3G connectivity to the iPad fundamentally shifts the debate toward using Apple's device as a business tool, PCWorld's Tony Bradley contends.
Google hasn't announced an Andorid-based tablet. But if it did, PCWorld's Tony Bradley says, the company is uniquely positioned to challenge Apple and its iPad.